Evaluating Dye Concentration in Bicomponent Solution by PCA-MPR and PCA-ANN Techniques

Journal: Vol.6, No.2, Spring 2013 - Article 7   Pages :   Until 

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Ali Shams nateri: University of Guilan - Textile Engineering Department

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This paper studies the application of principal component analysis, multiple polynomial regression, and artificial neural network ANN techniques to the quantitative analysis of binary mixture of dye solution. The binary mixtures of three textile dyes including blue, red and yellow colors were analyzed by PCA-Multiple polynomial Regression and PCA-Artificial Neural network PCA-ANN methods. The obtained results indicate that the accurateness of PCA-ANN technique is higher than PCA-Multiple polynomial regression and normal methods. The PCA-ANN technique is applicable for dye concentration bicomponent solution with both overlapping and non-overlapping spectra. Also the developed method can be a practical solution to remove noise in absorbance spectra and quantitative analysis of binary mixture of dye solutions with overlapping.

Principal component analysis, Artificial neural network, Prediction, Dye Concentration.

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